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RE: Intel Servers On iseries ?



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We have brms but it is not setup.  I do not think it is required for TSM. 

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Rob Berendt wrote:

> I believe you will want something like TSM because when you 
> need an individual file you don't want to have to restore the 
> whole PC disk. 
> Traditional iSeries techniques just save the disk image.

Do you BRMS also?  I thought I read somewhere that BRMS is required for 
TSM
on the iSeries.  But maybe if used on an IXS card that's not the case?

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